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Connecticut, by C. D. fline, secretary of State board of education.

Mlinois, by Alfred Bayliss, State superintendent of public instruction.

Indiana, by W. A. Millis, director.

Indian Territory, by John D. Benedict, superintendent.

Kansas, by John Macdonald, director..

Massachusetts, by George H. Martin and George E. Gay.

Mississippi, by T. L. Trawick.....

Missouri, by G. V. Buchanan, superintendent

Nebraska, by Erwin Hinckley Barbour..

New Jersey, by S. R. Morse, director...

New Mexico, by M. W. Porterfield, commissioner

New York, by De Lancy M. Ellis, director..

North Dakota, by W. L. Stockwell, State superintendent of schools.

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CHAPTER XV.- EDUCATION AT TIE St. Louis EXPOSITION-Continued.

CHAPTER XVI.-THE FINAL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN COMMON SCHOOL SYSTEM IN NORTH

CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA, 1863-1900. BY A. D. MAYO, LL. D.

North Carolina..

South Carolina.

Georgia..

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CHAPTER XVII.-INTRODUCTION OF REINDEER INTO ALASKA.

Preliminary report of the general agent of education for Alaska to the Commissioner of Educa.

tion, 1890...

Report on introduction of domestic reindeer into Alaska, 1892.

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CHAPTER XVIII.

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A Definition of Civilization (an address by W. T. Harris before the graduates at the commence-

ment exercises oi the Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, Pa., March 2, 1899).

Art Education the True Industrial Education (a paper read by W. T. Harris before the depart-

ment of art education, National Educational Association, Nashville, Tenn., July, 1889).

The intellectual Value oi Tool Work, by W. T. Harris

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CHAPTER XIX.

List of EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1904..

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Charter XX-EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY.

Chief State school officers..

City superintendents..

College presidents...

Professors of pedagogy and heads of departments of pedagogy in universities and colleges.

Principals of normal schools...

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REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,

BUREAU OF EDUCATION,

Washington, D. C., October 2, 1905. Sir: I have the honor to submit here with the Annual Report of this Office for the year ending June 30, 1904.

The enrollment in schools and colleges, public and private, during the year 1903–4 was 17,896,890, the same being an increase of 357,422 pupils over the previous year. Of this number there were enrolled in public institutions supported by taxation and funds belonging to States and municipalities 16,379,443 pupils, as against 16,127,739, the number reported for the previous year. The quota from private institutions corresponding in character to these was 1,517,447. Besides the enrollment in schools and colleges, public and private, there were pupils enrolled in special institutions more or less scholastic in their character and more or less of a practical business character, as follows:

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City evening schools..
Business schools..
Reform schools.
Schools for the deaf.
Schools for the blind
Schools for the feeble-minded
Government Indian schools
Indian schools (Five Civilized Tribes),
Schools in Alaska supported by the Government.
Schools in Alaska supported by incorporated municipalities (estimated)
Orpban asylums and other benevolent institutions (estimated)
Private kindergartens (estimated).
Miscellaneous (including schools of music, oratory, elocution, cookery

and various special arts) (estimated)

33, 871
11,760

4,236
14,897
29, 161
13, 727
2, 257
2,000

270, C92 138, 363 33, 871 12, 267

4, 236 15, 595 29, 101 13,727 2, 257 2,000 15,000 105, 932

15,000 105, 932

50,000

50,000

Total for United States.

382, 001

310, 500

093, 101

Adding the enrolled of these special schools (693,101) to the total of schools, public and private (17,896,890), giving general education, we have a grand total of 18,589,991,

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II.- Financial statistics.
Receipts:

From income of permanent funds and rents.
From State taxes.
From local taxes.
From all other sources.

$7,744, 765 $26, 345, 323 $97, 222, 426 Sil,882, 292

$9,007,887 $35, 341.064 $144, 897, 878 $14, 080, 384

$9, 152, 274 $37,886, 740 $149, 486,845 $23, 240, 130

$9, 767, 110 $36, 281, 256 $163,807, 478 $25, 333, 493

$10,022, 843 $39, 215, 910 $173, 151, 453 $23, 107, 392

$12, 102, 581 $40, 455, 815 $173, 730, 858 $25, 347, 865

$10, 193,093
$42, 552, 969
$193, 215, 794
$33, 172, 139

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$279, 133, 995

Total recrived.

$143, 194, 806

$203, 337, 213

$219, 765, 989

$235, 339, 337

$245, 497, 598

$251, 637, 119

Table I.--Commm school statistics of the United States.

1869-70.

1579-80.

1889-90.

1898-93.

1899-1900.

1900-1901.

1901-2.

1902-3.6

1903-4.0

I.-General statistics.

Total population.
Persons 5 to 18 years of age
Pupils enrolled (duplicates excluded)
Per cent of total population enrolled.
Per cent of persons 5 to 18 years of age enrolled.
Average daily attendance
Relation of same to enrollment (per cent)
Average length of school term (days)..
Total number of days attended by all pupils.
Average number of days attended by each per-

son 5 to 18.
Average number attended by each pupil en-

rolled

638, 359, 371
0 12,055, 443
0,871, 522

17. 82

57.00
4,077, 347

59. 3

132. 2
539,053, 423

650, 155, 783 0 62.022, 250 c74,178,966 6 75, 602, 515 c77, 274,967 c78, 576, 436 € 79, 900, 389
0 15,065, 767 118,543, 201 c21,090, 070 021, 404, 322 c21,908, 636 c 22, 278, 693 22, 655, 001
9,807, 505 12, 722, 581 15, 176, 219 15,503, 110 15, 702, 517 15,917, 385 16,009,361
19. 67
20. 32
20. 46
20. 51
20. 32
20. 26

20. 04
65, 50
68. 61
71. 96
72. 43
71. 67
71. 45

70.67
6, 144, 143 8, 153, 635 10,328, 396 10, 032, 772 10,716, 094 11,064, 164 11,054, 502
62.3
64. 1
68. 1
68.6
08. 2
69. 5

09. 2
130.3
134. 7
143.0
144. 3
143.7
144. 7

147.2
800, 719,970 1,098, 232,725 1,477,016, 244 11,534, 822, 633 1,539, 576, 527 1,601, 169, 762 1,627, 405, 037

c81, 241, 246
c 23,028, 748
16, 256, 038

20.01

70. 59
11,318, 256

69.6

146. 7
1, 660, 507, 716

44. 7

53. 1

59. 2

70.0

71.8

70.3

71.9

71.8

72. 1

78. 4

81.1

86. 3

97.3

99.0

98.0

100.6

101.7

102. 1

Male teachers
Female teachers

77,529
122, 986

122, 795
103,798

125, 525
238, 397

131, 207
283, 065

126, 588
296, 474

125, 838
306, 080

120, 883
320, 936

117, 035
332, 252

113, 744
341, 498

200, 515

38. 7

286,593

42.8

303, 922

34. 5

Whole number of teachers.
Per cent of male teachers.
Average monthly wages of male teachersd
Average monthly wages of female teachers d.
Number of schoolhousege
Value of all school property

414, 272

31. 7
$45, 25
$38. 14

244,833
$523, 679, 996

423, 062

29.9
$46. 53
$38. 93

248, 279
$550, 069, 217

431, 918

441,819
23. 1

27.4
$47.55

$49.05
$39. 17

$39.77 251, 487

254, 655 $572, 125, 215 $599, 449, 354

449, 287

26.0
$49. 38
$40.51

256, 789
$643, 903, 228

455, 242

25.0
$50. 96
$41. 54

257, 627
$685, 101, 343

116,312
$130, 383,008

178, 222
$209, 571, 718

224, 526
$342, 531, 791

Per cent of total derived from

Income of permanent funds and rents.
State taxes..
Local taxes.
All other sources.

5. 4
18. 4
67.9
8.3

4. 4
17.4
71. 3
6.9

4. 2
17. 2
68.0
10.6

4. 2
15. 4
69. 6
10.8

4. 1
16. O
70.5
9.4

4.8
16.1
69. O
10.1

3. 7
15. 2
69. 2
11.9

Expenditures:

For sites, buildings, furniture, libraries,

and apparatus.

$26, 207, 041

$31, 229, 308

$35, 450, 820

$39,872, 278

$39, 962, 863

$46, 289,074

$49, 453, 269

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